09-23-2011, 10:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Sabledog
the dark color and yellow nose stripe is called flashing, Mine did it all the time and were very neat to watch.. And The easiest way i found to sex rainbows (as far as I know) is the males will have the double dorsals overlap, the females do not overlap. they both
have the double fins on top though. Honestly, I would recomend the run of the mill Aussie rainbows, they really color up as adults and have a wide range of colors, mine were red, orange, yellow, blue, silver green, a True rainbow of colors...
here is a pic of one of my old male turquoise flashing...
and a pic of the fins on a Male rainbow (aussie) not the best angle, but you can see it going past the second dorsal fin on top..
What is the minimum tank size you recommend to keep the Turquoise or Aussie's??